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Diana Falchuk. Untitled (Carrot and Pins). 2007. Carrot, sewing pins, and fabric on mirror base. 3 x 1.75 x 1.5 inches.

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Diana Falchuk

Diana Falchuk is a consultant, educator, and artist who develops arts-based programming and strategies, primarily in partnerships between community organizations and the juvenile and adult justice systems. She is an instructor in the Museology Graduate Program at the University of Washington, Co-Chair of the Seattle Arts Commission Education Committee, and a working group member for Creating Awareness through Art (CATA). Her artistic practice centers on the collection, manipulation, and re-presentation of objects, images, and experiences of decay and re-animation in our personal and civic environments. Her works in drawing, mixed mediums, video, animation, sculpture, installation, and public performance have been shown in the Seattle area and nationally, and are held in public and private collections.